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How Juniper Is Helping Make A Self-Driving Network A Reality

How Juniper Is Helping Make A Self-Driving Network A Reality

Think back—way back—to the days when, if you had to get from point A to point B, you simply walked. Then along came the bicycle, and the journey got a little easier.  Next came the horse and buggy, followed by the automobile.  There you have it: the history of transportation in less than 200 words. 

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Brutal Automation is the Only Way to Succeed

Brutal Automation is the Only Way to Succeed

More than ever, network automation has become a priority that many forward-looking service providers and enterprise alike are aggressively pursuing. Even the leading web companies such as Google, Amazon, and Facebook are preemptively transforming existing infrastructure while they still hold a market-leading position, constantly innovating themselves to stay ahead.

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The Self-Driving Network™: The Data isn't the Problem

The Self-Driving Network™: The Data isn't the Problem

Welcome to part VIII in our multi-part blog series on the Self-Driving Network™. Find part VII here and be sure to listen to two new podcasts featuring Kireeti Kompella describing the Self-Driving Network and the challenges we face as we build it. The first podcast is from automation guru Ivan Peplnjak of IPspace, while the second is from the always entertaining PacketPushers.

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The Self-Driving Network™: Spare a Thought for Hardware

The Self-Driving Network™: Spare a Thought for Hardware

 

This is part VII in our multi-part blog series on The Self-Driving Network™. Find part VI here. Also, check out the newly unveiled 5-part video series that captures The Self-Driving Network story all the way from the genesis of the idea through to the ramifications for our industry.

 

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Junos Telemetry : Detecting Microbursts

Junos Telemetry : Detecting Microbursts

 

Managing networks is actually not that difficult when things are working as designed. Operational headaches happen when things go wrong. And even then, when they go fantastically wrong (like hard failures that are easily identifiable), troubleshooting or remediation can be relatively straightforward.

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